I Work With 3 Crazy Ladies - MGTOW
Sponsor Link: <br>The Men's Guide to High-Conflict Divorce & The Police Are Not Your Friends <br>https://amzn.to/36YftNl <br> <br>Mystery Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=co0Evki_HGg <br> <br>Odysee.TV: https://odysee.com/@SandmanMGTOW:c <br>Bitchute Link: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/YIxeDBpkwsLT/ <br> <br>SubscribeStar.com: https://www.subscribestar.com/sandman <br> <br>Paypal / Email: Sandmanmgtow @ Gmail.com <br> <br> <br>Hi Everyone Sandman Here, <br> <br>This video is brought to you by a donation from Rob and he's got a bit to say so before I share his words let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor T Fitz: Anyways, here's what Rob has to say and I quote: "Hey Sandman, I'm glad you didn't spend much time working in the cubicle farms. Here's a story that might be interesting for the lads out there. I like to call it The Crackhead, The Cat Lady, and The Beauty Queen. I was fresh out of college and a single guy with no kids stashing away money for early retirement. The Crackhead was this crazy 50ish woman who was going around saying that her ex- husband had taken all of her money in a divorce. How often does that happen? Or did it just go up her nose? She said she was going to get even with all men in the world. One day her and The Cat Lady were in my cubicle ranting about how bad men were. Getting annoyed I said "If there were no men who would be the great artists, inventors and explorers?" They both got angry and said I needed to quit saying negative things. You mean like you've both been doing? I guess this was enough to set Crackhead off. She tried to do some very shady stuff to me but in a very Sun Tzu fashion I flipped the script and made her think I was doing the same thing to her. This played on her druggie paranoia and she started making so many mistakes they fired her. She told everybody she was moving to Alaska to take advantage of the male/female ratio and snag herself a new man. I guess she had screwed up her own life and needed to leech off his money. I met that Cat Lady in college. She said she was drawn to me. She dated guys but was much too masculine for me to be attracted to her. She even started working at the same place as me after graduation. Looking back I wonder if she was just keeping me as a backup plan. As she approached her 30th birthday her behavior got really crazy. Once, after a work event, she invited me up to her bedroom. Nothing spicy. It was to see her doll collection. Bad sign. I thought she was being cute having the dolls talk to me. Until I figured out that she really thought the dolls were alive. She had three cats and thought they had superpowers. She bought a gigantic old house and thought it was haunted. She paid someone to pour a ring of salt around the house to shield it from ghosts. I'm no expert on the extra-dimensional properties of salt but I asked her how do you know the ghosts are gone? Maybe you're sealing them in. What happens when it rains? She didn't like this at all. She <br>began chewing me out for no reason every 15th of the month. I insinuated did this have anything to do with her period. That didn't go well. I told her I wasn't going to put up with it anymore. I cut off all contact even at work and she'd come slinking back. She'd be ok for a while then start up again. After the third round of this I was done with her for good. I started working in another area and heard she just quit coming to work altogether. I guess her parents were going to be stuck with the bill for her house and college loans. The 3rd woman the Beauty Queen had won several beauty pageants at a well known university. I worked with her mom. Her parents were giving her $30k a year to live on and paying for her college. Like Aaron Clarey says to do, she had gotten a degree in a STEM field paying around $90k a year but didn't like doing it. You think she'd have picked up on that at some point in college. Her parents were continuing to give her $30k a year while she went back for another degree. A male would've never been given that opportunity. Her mom hinted around if I would loan her any money. I said only if you stop giving her any. She said "we can't do that". Her mom introduced us once. I think she was trying to unload this dead weight onto me. She set off my spidey sense immediately. She was pure, childish, entitled, evil." <br> <br> <br> <br> <br> <br> <br>10 images licensed and paid for through BigStock.com. All image licenses are available upon request.